Oxford University Cave Club
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The club normally meets in Oxford on Wednesday evenings.
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be sent links to the meetings.
(New members who gave us their email address will also be notified of meetings for this term even if not on the standard mailing lists.)
Also keep an eye on the OUCC Facebook pages!
If in doubt, please contact the Secretary (Izzy Innes): email@example.com
most meetings ("Social") there is general chat, beer and socialising;
occasional meetings might include a short talk about caving.
Termly and Annual General Meetings are where the club membership and committee discuss and plan the running of the club;
the AGM is also where the committee for the next year is decided. (TGMs are in Michaelmas and Trinity terms, the AGM in Hilary term.)
New members are
always welcome. Just contact anyone on the Committee or
(turn up to a meeting.. we wish!).
See also how to subscribe to the OUCC email lists.
|Head of the River
|Introductory talk for freshers and new cavers (Sarah Day)
meet at front entrance.
|Cape of Good Hope (pub!)
|Angel & Greyhound
|Social & "Learn the Ropes" - knot tying for caving
|The Half Moon
|The White Rabbit
|Termly General Meeting - all welcome!
|University Parks / Kings Arms - depending on weather.
|The talk will be held at Somerville College
(Woodstock Road, OX2 6HD). We will meet at the front entrance of
Somerville College on Woodstock Road at 7.50pm- I will be there to greet
you in a helmet so I shouldn't be hard to miss! Unfortunately, we won't
be able to drink or eat during the talk, but we will probably decide on
a pub to get drinks at after for anyone who wants to get to know each
other and share a drink afterwards. The talk will run you through what
exactly happens on a weekend caving trip and what you need to bring/
what we provide, as well as other stuff the club gets up to when we are
not in a cave. It should be a great time to meet like-minded people who
are just getting into caving, and it would be lovely to see your faces
Hope to see a lot of you at this week's introductory talk and if you have any question feel free to give me a message on here (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Facebook. I am always happy to help and love a good caving question!